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Liposomal Vitamin D

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Check out this information pulled directly from the maker – I personally love the flavor as well! It’s great up  here for those cold winters without sun!

Why Vitamin D Deficiency Is So Dangerous

Why Vitamin D Deficiency Is So Dangerous

Vitamin D deficiency has been called “an ignored epidemic.”[1]

Evidence suggests that vitamin D can help your body combat the many challenges we face today.* Unfortunately, the majority of the population is deficient.[2]

Experts estimate that 50-90% of all Americans are vitamin D deficient, [3] so there’s a good chance that you or a loved ones are already being affected.*

A landmark study conducted by the world’s top vitamin D researchers demonstrated that deficiency in this critical vitamin denies your body the vital support it needs.[12]

Vitamin D is invaluable for ensuring the body works properly.[13]*

It’s so essential that every cell in your body has a receptor for it. Maintaining proper levels of vitamin D helps maintain cellular integrity, and thus helps support many of the body’s major systems.*

The medical establishment used to think that vitamin D was only useful for regulating the level of calcium in the blood and keeping bones strong. While this is one of its many roles, we now know that there’s way more than just bone health at stake. [14]*

Vitamin D may support all of the following:*

  • Bone and muscle health[15]
  • Cognitive function[16]
  • Respiratory function[17]
  • Immune function[18]
  • Hearing[19] and vision[20]
  • Digestion[21]
  • Blood pressure health[22]
  • Pancreatic function[23]
  • Heart health[24]
  • Sleep patterns[25]
  • Mood and emotional balance[26]
  • Reproductive system[27]

Health experts are shocked that “no international health organization or governmental body has warned the public about the urgent need” of maintaining optimal blood levels of vitamin D.[28]

The unfortunate truth is that vitamin D rarely gets the coverage it deserves…and vitamin D levels are one of the last things most doctors think to check when addressing the concerns of patients.

Nevertheless, a growing body of research suggests that optimizing your vitamin D levels could be one of the most important steps you’ve ever taken to support overall health.[29] *

Are You at Risk for This Deficiency?

The odds are stacked against you when it comes to avoiding vitamin D deficiency, simply because there are many factors that put you at risk.

If you fall into any of the following categories, you’re more likely to be vitamin D deficient – and you should have your vitamin D levels tested right away.

  • You’re over 40 [4]
  • You’re overweight (even slightly) [5]
  • You don’t spend more than a few hours outside every day [6]
  • You live in a northern latitude [7]
  • You have darker skin [8]
  • You don’t always eat a balanced, nutrient-dense diet [9]
  • You’re a vegetarian or a vegan [10]
  • You experience stress on a regular basis [11]

Mood Support*

Feeling Down

If you periodically feel low, like most people do, vitamin D may be able to help. Researchers have discovered that vitamin D levels may help support proper mood, especially those over the age of 40.[30]*

Health experts are shocked that “no international health organization or governmental body has warned the public about the urgent need” of maintaining optimal blood levels of vitamin D.[29]

The unfortunate truth is that vitamin D rarely gets the coverage it deserves…and vitamin D levels are one of the last things most doctors think to check when addressing the concerns of patients.

Nevertheless, a growing body of research suggests that optimizing your vitamin D levels could be one of the most important steps you’ve ever taken to support overall health.[30]*

Why Are We So Deficient?

Why Are We So Deficient

The situation may sound dire, but remember: if you’re deficient in vitamin D, it’s not your fault.

We live in a stressful, polluted, and nutrient-depleted world. Our stores are filled with foods that have been stripped of their vitamin content by sterile and mechanized production processes. Worst of all, we’re taught to be afraid of the sun (a primary source of vitamin D), and told to slather chemicals on our skin for “protection.”

Getting outside and soaking up the sun’s rays is only the beginning of the solution, though. And if you live any further north than Atlanta, Georgia, you’re out of luck…your body may not be able to manufacture vitamin D from sunlight most months of the year.[32]

And don’t think those “fortified foods” will save you either. They contain woefully small quantities of vitamin D, usually in an inferior, hard-to-absorb form.

Luckily, there’s a better way…

Unlock the Benefits of Vitamin D with Superior Liposomal Delivery *

Signs of Dangerous Vitamin D Deficiency

Purathrive Liposomal D3 with MK7

Proven to Be Up to 185 TIMES More Absorbable Than Standard Formulations[32]

Purathrive’s advanced, ultra-pure formula ensures that you receive all the vitamin D you need to support skeletal and muscular health, to support your immune system, to feel vital and energized.*

PuraThrive-Liposomal
  • Cutting-edge liposomal formulation for MAXIMUM absorption
  • Includes the most powerful form of vitamin K, the “key” to vitamin D effectiveness[33]*
  • Made with lanolin-derived D3 (cholecalciferol)

    Optimal Levels of Vitamin D3 [34]

    Help Protect Brain Cells

    Help Protect Brain Cells *

    Vitamin D3 helps support brain health and may neutralize contributing factors to  brain fog and other signs of age-related cognitive decline.* It’s no surprise then that one prominent study found a definitive correlation between low D3 levels and normal age-related cognitive decline among older adults.[35]*

    Promote Disease Resistance

    Promotes Good Health *

    Vitamin D3 helps support healthy immune function. It functions as a powerful antioxidant and even supports your immune system on a genetic level, so that it can always function at its best.[36]*

    Ensure Healthy Cellular Function

    Ensure Healthy
    Cellular Function *

    By promoting the healthy growth and differentiation of cells, vitamin D3 ensures that all the cells in your body can function in balance. Studies have shown that it promotes healthy cell differentiation in many parts of the body, including the breasts, pancreas, lungs, ovaries, prostate, and skin.[37]*

    Enhance Detoxification

    Enhance Detoxification *

    Vitamin D3 supports your body’s natural detoxification systems, and thus promotes greater energy and vitality, as well as radiantly healthy skin.[38]*

    Helps Support the Heart

    Helps Support Heart Health *

    Even your heart has vitamin D receptors, and research has shown that high levels of vitamin D help keep it strong and healthy. A large cohort study demonstrated that those with low vitamin D levels are significantly more likely to lack the heart support they need.[39]*

    Aids DNA Repair and Other Metabolic Processes

    Aids Metabolic Processes *

    Vitamin D3 even “switches on” up to 291 genes that control metabolic processes throughout the body. According to one study, this allows vitamin D3 to support the immune system, aid with DNA repair, and even ease the process of aging.[40]*

    Skeletal and Muscular Support

    Say Goodbye to Backache

    If you feel like you need more skeletal and muscular support, vitamin D may be able to offer help. Studies have shown that low vitamin D levels can leave you without the support your skeletal and muscular systems need to function without issue.[41]

    WARNING: Getting the Vitamin D Benefits You Deserve (Even If You’re Already Supplementing)[42] *

    If you currently supplement with vitamins on a regular basis, maybe you’ve noticed your pee is bright yellow.

    There’s a reason.

    It may be because your body is not able to absorb the vitamins you ingested, so it just gets rid of them in urine.*

    This could mean that the vitamin D3 supplements you’re taking are going right through you. [43]

    The Nutrient Delivery System That Protects and Delivers Vitamin D3 to Cells Throughout the Body

    (Avoid the Dreaded “Expensive Pee” Syndrome)

    Most vitamin D3 supplements are poorly absorbed by your body and you may be “peeing” them out with NO benefit. That’s why we’ve talked with the most brilliant minds in science today and discovered something called “liposomes”.

    Liposomes are little protection systems designed to protect and deliver nutrients straight into the bloodstream. Liposomes were first discovered in breast milk to enhance delivery of key nutrients to babies.

    They act as microscopic bodyguards, grabbing hold of and protecting nutrients (in this case, turmeric) as they travel through your digestive system, through your bloodstream and deliver it straight into your cells… unharmed.

    Enzymes in the mouth and stomach, digestive juices, bile salts (to neutralize the digestive acids), and various flora in the intestines can break-down and degrade the supplement.

    Liposomal technology protects the nutrient from being destroyed in your stomach and delivers the nutrient directly to your cells. In fact, “Data shows that Liposomal Delivery is up to 185 times more Bio-Available than Conventional Methods”[44]

    Now you know you’re getting the FULL DOSE. And you can FEEL it too! The increased energy, the alertness and the peace of mind are supporting your body for the future.

    Just Look How Much Our Customers Love It…

    Warning: Don’t Take Vitamin D Without Vitamin K

    Vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7

    Getting adequate amounts of vitamin D and vitamin K is essential for your health. But what you also NEED to know is that taking Vitamin D without vitamin K could actually be harmful to your health![45]

    Vitamins D and K Work as a Team

    When it comes to calcium metabolism, vitamins D and K work together. Both play important roles.

    Here’s the secret: vitamin K2 and vitamin D3 are a match made in heaven. Vitamin D gets calcium into your blood and Vitamin K sends it to the bones![46]*

    The PROBLEM with taking vitamin D alone is that it does not fully control where the calcium in your body ends up. That’s where vitamin K steps in…Vitamin K regulates calcium in your body by pushing the calcium to your bones where it is needed![47]*

    When vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 work in synergy, the inherent benefits of both are dramatically enhanced. Research has shown that consuming vitamin D3 actually increases your body’s demand for vitamin K – so it’s essential to take these two vitamins together.[48]
    Why Vitamin K2 is the 'Key' That Unlocks Vitamin D’s Benefits
    Is Vitamin D Harmful Without Vitamin K?

    When there is no K2 to activate the proteins that send calcium to the bones, the calcium settles in our soft tissues and can cause problems. Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin K2, on the other hand, may support bone, heart, and kidney health.[49]*

    Scientists used to believe that calcification was an irreversible and inevitable result of aging – but now we know that vitamin K2 offers potent protection. Research has demonstrated that it’s the most potent inhibitor of vascular calcification ever discovered.[50]*

    But You Must Take the Right Form of Vitamin K2

    There are many forms of vitamin K2 – MK-4, MK-7, MK-8, and MK-9 – but all of them are not created equal.

    MK-7 is by far the most bioactive, absorbable, and effective form of vitamin K2.[51] MK-7 has a significantly longer half-life, which allows much more time for it to be absorbed and work its magic.

    You Must Take the Right Form of Vitamin K2And we’ve taken steps to make it even more effective.

    Purathrive’s formula features an exclusive, patented form of MK-7 with unprecedented bioavailability and efficacy. Scientific trials have demonstrated that it activates the proteins necessary for maintaining optimal bone health and heart health.[52]*

    A three-year, breakthrough study demonstrated that this patented form of MK-7, combined with vitamin D3, prevented all loss of bone strength in post-menopausal women, while increasing bone mineral density.[53]*

    Bones demonstration

    A double-blind, randomized clinical trial conducted with the same study group found that this patented form of MK-7 is remarkably effective at preventing age-related stiffening of arteries and increasing vascular elasticity.[54]*

    Arteries demonstration

    This uniquely effective blend of vitamin D3 and MK-7 is available exclusively from Purathrive.

    Purathrive Liposomal Vitamin D3 with MK7

    The Most Potent, Bioavailable Form of Vitamin D Available*

    There simply isn’t another product available that combines optimal-quality vitamin D3 with scientifically validated vitamin MK7 and liposomal technology. Try it today, and you’ll feel the difference.

    Product Features PuraTHRIVE™
    Rigorously Tested YES
    Unique, Patent-Pending Liposome Manufacturing Process YES
    FDA-Registered Facility YES
    Cholecalciferol most potent form of Vitamin D3 YES
    MK7 most potent form of Vitamin K2 YES


    Directions & Ingredients

    Take 8 pumps of PuraTHRIVE D3 + K2 daily or as directed. Enjoy straight, drop into a small glass of water or mix into an 8 oz. glass of juice. Can also be added to your favorite smoothie blend.
    Gently shake before using.

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    [2] J.S. Adams and M. Hewison, “Update in vitamin D” (The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism: 2010), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20133466.
    [3] Ibid.
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    [52] M.H.J. Knapen, L.J. Schurgers, and C. Vermeer, “Vitamin K2 supplementation improves hip bone geometry and bone strength indices in postmenopausal women” (Osteoporosis International: 2007), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1915640/.
    [53] Sang Hyeon Je et al., “Vitamin K Supplement Along with Vitamin D and Calcium Reduced Serum Concentration of Undercarboxylated Osteocalcin While Increasing Bone Mineral Density in Korean Postmenopausal Women over Sixty-Years-Old” (Journal of Korean Medical Science: 2011), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3154347/.
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    [57] Sue Penckofer, PhD, RN et al., “Vitamin D and Depression: Where is all the Sunshine?” (Issues in Mental Health Nursing: 2011), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2908269/.

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